Galloping Goose Trail
Check this link for complete details about the Galloping Goose trail system that comes through Metchosin. Bike, hike, horse ride through forest and ocean views- this is a wonderful experience for all ages.
This picturesque multi-use trail, formerly a railway line, moves through urban, rural and wilderness scenery on its 55-kilometre journey from Victoria to Sooke. You can cycle, stroll, run, or even ride a horse through the rural sections.
A hiking and cycling trail which was mostly converted from the old railway line. Goes from downtown Victoria to Metchosin and Sooke with a connection to the Lochside Trail heading North.
we are very close to one of the greatest trail that can take you directly to downtown Victoria great for bikes or walking.
he Galloping Goose Regional Trail is a 55-kilometre (34 mi) rail trail between Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, and the ghost town of Leechtown, north of Sooke, where it meets the old Sooke Flowline. The trail forms part of the Trans-Canada Trail, and intersects the Lochside Regional Trail. It is…
The Galloping Goose Trail is a level, gravel walking/biking trail that runs 55km from Sidney to Sooke - converted from a railroad and named after one of the passenger cars that traveled it in the 1920s. We live half a kilometre away, so we often use the trail to head east into Langford by bike or…
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“Some of the best made-to-order sandwiches in the city. Grab a sandwich and head down for a picnic in Beacon Hill Park or on one of the beaches along Dallas Road.”
“The Ogden Point Breakwater is a short walk along the water with stunning mountain views and a great little coffee shop to warm up in after.”
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“Excellent place to go and walk for all activity levels. I love to walk the beaches and climb the rocks but there are also paved walking paths to go for a short or long walk. Tons of dogs to visit here as it's a local favourite for doggos. Beautiful views of the olympic mountains, and adjacent to Beacon Hill Park.”